The Over-examined Life

“The unexamined life is not worth living.” Apparently Socrates said that. It makes sense. I generally agree and I typically enjoy contemplating the mysteries of the universe. But, I’m starting to think that statement needs a qualifier. “The over-examined life is not worth living.” I don’t think Socrates said that, but I think may be [...]

Why Question (Part 3)

Questioning, by nature, causes people to think more deeply. When we ask questions, it spurs contemplation. Questions unlock thoughtfulness. Questions create intentionality. Questions must be followed by the seeking of answers. Even if answers aren’t found, the seeking is the point. Consciousness and the ability to reflect on our lives is humanity’s gift. It’s what [...]